Mike continues his coverage of the Twelve with The Witness!
Well, here it is. In this ball-mutilating episode, Magnus reaches the final chapter of Superman Begins, the miniseries saluting (or flipping off) various Superman origin stories from comics.
This time out the subject is Superman- Earth One vol. 1 written by J. Michael Straczynski and drawn by Shane Davis. Did Magnus love it? Hate it? Is this going to be another Secret Origin episode where he can’t even bear to finish? There’s only one way to find out! Michael Bailey and Scott Gardner will be pleased to know that there are no five minute breaks this time!
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A short one (due to our Man Of Steel review) to keep you going until Sunday. Let’s have at it!
SUPANOVA wrap up
We play our new game “G Money Guesses Groupon!!!!!”
UFP Crew Questions
– Florida Vs George Zimmerman
– Douchebags at Supanova
– Jim Carrey about Kick Ass 2
“Comedian” Josh Thomas once again, pushes the boundary of the definition of “Comedian”
Fifi Box once again, pushes the boundary of “relevancy“
Texan teens Justin Carter hauled off to jail for bad taste FB comments
Will.i.am Vs Pharrell
Neil Gaiman’s American Gods signed for 6 seasons on HBO
– Hinterkind by Ian Edgington
– The Discipline by Peter Milligan
– Dead Boy Detectives By Toby Litt
– Suiciders by Lee Bermejo (both writing and art)
Image Expo News!
– MPH By Mark Millar and Duncan Fegredo
– Velvet by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting
– ODY-C by Matt Fraction and Christian Ward
– Southern Bastards by Jason Aaron and Jason Latour
– Black Science by Rick Remender, Matteo Scalera and Dean White
– Deadly Class by Rick Remender and Wesley Craig
– Alone by J Michael Straczynski and Bill Sienkiewicz
– Lost Souls by J Michael Straczynski and Colleen Doran
– Dream Police by J Michael Straczynski and Mike Deodato
– The Walking Dead will be released bi-weekly
Wolverine gum that no-one should buy!
State Of Decay re-submitted to the Australian Classification Board
Latest GTA V needs a little room
Mad Max will be Australian after all!
If you’re an Xbox Fanboy, be ready to be labelled a “Chikan” or “Groper/pervert” in Japan
Terminator rebooting as a new trilogy
Captain Planet: THE MOVIE!!!
Geoff Johns to write for the new Arrow series
Agents of SHIELD promos
Dark Horse to re-launch the “Aliens” franchise
Private Eye #3
Reviews: Buddy Cops One Shot, Sledgehammer 44 #1, Wolverine Vol 5 #1
Jimmy is joined in studio by Stated Magazine’s Ryan Swearingen once again. They chat about the massively successful Veronica Mars Kickstarter and ripple effect it will have on crowdfunding. Jimmy also entices his roommate Ben Templesmith to come chat a bit about TOME, his own successful Kickstarter project with 44 Flood. Ben also chats briefly about his upcoming book Ten Grand with J. Michael Straczynski and other projects. News includes: Superman newspaper strips will be printed in their entirety, Marvel announces a live action superhero show and Marjane Satrapi’s critically acclaimed/award winning graphic novel Persepolis gets banned in a Chicago highschool. As always, listener feedback, Top 3 and more! Leave your iTunes comments! 5 stars and nothing but love!
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Freddie and Danny once again discuss the controversial Before Watchmen series, including issues of Minutemen, Silk Spectre, Comedian, Nite Owl, Ozymandias, Rorschach, and Dr. Manhattan.
[02:00] Comedian #1-3
[09:14] Silk Spectre #1-3
[15:50] Rorschach #1
[18:17] Nite Owl #1-2
[22:27] Dr. Manhattan #1
[30:23] Ozymandias #1-2
[37:20] Minutemen #1-3
[40:28] Before Watchmen ranking recap
[43:10] Crimson Corsair predictions
Intro Music: Iggy Pop – “Neighborhood Threat”
The Backroom team tackle the kerfuffle over Amazing Spider-Man, the Dr. Who game, and preview the comic and voice-talent guests at ECCC.
Questions? Comments? Stop by the Backroom website.
Is the 22 page story told within the ninth issue of Daytripper better than the 148 minute long story told in the film Inception? Listen and find out.
- [00:50] Daytripper #9 (of 10)
- [06:21] Northlanders #31
- [10:12] The Walking Dead #76
- [15:02] Buzzard #3 (of 3)
- [18:11] Morning Glories #1
- [23:21] Superman #702
- [26:36] Thor: Mighty Avenger #3
- [29:07] Incredible Hulk #611
- [33:42] Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #13
After surviving Comic Con, Jesse, Art, and Freddie gush over American Vampire, argue about Wonder Woman, and have a blast ridiculing Batman: The Widening Gyre.
[01:13] American Vampire #5
[08:52] Northlanders #30
[13:40] Hotwire: Deep Cuts #1 (of 4)
[18:31] Time Bomb #1
[20:32] Abe Sapien: Abyssal Plain #2
[24:17] Yours Truly Jack The Ripper #2
[28:02] Pilot Season: Stellar
[32:16] Punisher: Max #9
[36:41] Wolverine: Weapon X #15
[39:29] Uncanny X-Men #526
[44:54] Secret Avengers #3
[49:40] Thor #612
[52:23] Thor: The Mighty Avenger 1&2
[55:58] Roundtable Discussion: Thor SDCC ’10 Trailer
[59:02] Batman: Return of Bruce Wayne #4 (OF 6)
[1:03:15] Flash #4
[1:05:56] Wonder Woman #601
[1:16:44] Batman:Widening Gyre #6 (of 6)
In which 3 dudes kick back and talk about comics, video games, and teabagging. Enjoy.
[01:03] The Flash #3
[09:14] Jokers Asylum: Clayface #1
[17:01] Batman Beyond #1
[23:24] Wonder Woman #600
[33:52] Astonishing X-Men #34
[38:06] Thor #611
[41:03] Secret Avengers #2
[49:02] Abe Sapien: Abyssal Plain #1
[53:19] Yours Truly, Jack The Ripper #1
[58:49] Powers v3 #5
[1:01:58] Invincible #73
[1:05:57] The Last Zombie #1
This week on Teenage Wasteland…
J. Michael Straczynski is set to take on both Wonder Woman and the Man of Steel, and I find it interesting. Plus, a small observation on comic sales and the direct market and a run down of reviews on plenty of Number 1 issues. And, last but not least, Mr. Sandquist stops by to talk all things Sam Kieth.
Ultimate X #1
New Ultimates #1
Human Target #1